Top peer-to-peer interviews in 2019
Dr. Vincent DeLeo counts down the top downloaded peer-to-peer interviews of Dermatology Weekly in 2019. Along with his colleagues, Dr. DeLeo has covered important topics to help change the way dermatologists practice medicine, from treating rosacea in the skin of color population to understanding the sunscreen regulatory process for improving sunscreen ingredients.
Nail education, Episode 10: Dr. Shari Lipner discussed nail education gaps in the American Academy of Dermatology Basic Dermatology Curriculum and strategies to close the gaps to improve nail education for medical students and dermatology residents. Dr. Lipner also broke down the mnemonic for identifying nail melanomas.
Pediatric wart management, Episode 9: Dr. Nanette B. Silverberg provided a detailed treatment paradigm for managing pediatric warts. She also reviewed new and established treatment options in six therapeutic categories.
Rosacea in the skin of color population, Episode 18: Dr. Susan Taylor discussed how dermatologists can improve the diagnosis and treatment of rosacea in the skin of color population. She highlighted clinical clues to distinguish rosacea from mimickers such as connective tissue diseases, seborrheic dermatitis, cutaneous sarcoidosis, and acne vulgaris.
Sunscreen update, Episode 14: Dr. Candrice Heath interviewed Dr. Vincent DeLeo on the new sunscreen regulations issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Dr. DeLeo explained the complicated sunscreen regulatory process and provided tips for alleviating patient fears about sunscreen use.
Show notes by: Jason Orszt, Melissa Sears, Elizabeth Mechcatie
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